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like they used to, but now a new york design team is getting attention for trying. this was nothing, i mean, you built this from the ground up. >> a more perfect version of the past. >> so it is nostalgia perfected. >> it is nostalgia perfected, that's right. >> ahead on sunday morning. what is new is old. >> spend any time here and you can't help but notice the role color plays in design and in our responses to it. susan spencer will be taking a look at that. >> you think you are going into a deep, dark space, but -- >> what is on your wall? what is on your shelves? what pleases your eyes may be playing tricks on your mind. >> how energized we feel and shapes how much attention we pay in various situations and shapes how aggressive we are. >> paint your wall, change your mood. the psychology of design, ahead on sunday morning. >> miami beach is on the cutting edge of style and fashion as entertainer jennifer lopez a design never her own right, this morning j. lo talks to us. >> >> he is the reason women -- >> jennifer lopez may be all about the music, but they are talking about fash
leader leaves hundreds of people dead. >> we'll discuss the situation in the region and the us response with republican congressman of new york and senator rumenthal of connecticut. >>> the obama is forced to play defense. >> this is no longer a political debate. this is what we call the law. >> the president claims that this law is working the way it is supposed to. but clearly it is not. >> we'll ask our sunday panel about the political hall out. all right here on fox news sunday. >> more tough questions for the nsa after the washington post reported this week that the agency violated policy rules. >> nation's most secretive spy agency intercepted e-mails and calls during that time and did not report the unauthorized surveillance. joining us with reaction is senator rand paul. senator, welcome back to fox news sunday. good to be with you. >> good morning. >> it was a little more than a week ago that the president insisted to the american people that there was oversight of the program and there was no talk of abuses. >> what you are not reading about is, the government actuall
and shocking video out of syria this week that seem to show the assad regime is engaged in the largest use of chemical weapons since saddam hussein attacked his people a quarter century ago. bob returned. we are told u.s. navy ships are moving closer to the coast of syria. president obama says this is a big event of grave concern but the president then adds we need to act deliberately. >> what we've seen is that folks will call for immediate action jumping into stuff that does not turn out well. gets us mired in very difficult situations. >> senator corker, how much proof does president obama need, and if he decide that bashir el assad used chemical weapons on a large scale against his people, what should he do? >> chris, the amount of social media coming out of syria indicates this is not something where opposition forces have contrived something. i think it's very evident that regime has acted in this way. i do think it's always good to be cautious, but my sense is that this has happened. i think we will respond in a surgical way. i hope the president, soon as we get back to washington,
speech." the words remain with us to this day but what happened to dr. king's speech itself is the story james brown of cbs sports has to tell. >> one day in alabama, little black boys and black girls will be able to join hands with little white boys... >> reporter: it's a speech that echos through history. >> because i have a dream today. reporter: on its 50th anniversary... >> so this is the actual speech. reporter: ... how this man wound up with the original text of dr. martin luther king's jr.'s unforgettable call to action. >> it was probably one of the best decisions i ever made in my life. >> free at last. reporter: later on sunday morning. >> thank god all mighty, we are free at last. [ cheers and applause ] >> a star of stage and screen has had enough experiences to last several lifetimes. fortunately for us she's more than will to go share a few of them with our mo rocca. >> reporter: she's won an oscar, a tony, an emmy and a grammy and had a long affair with one of hollywood's greatest stars. >> when i met marlon brando, my entire body just became really really hot. all the wa
to think of summer as a care-free time for our young people. so pardon us if we bring up a troubling reality. more young people than we like to think are getting hooked, hooked on heroin. it's an addiction that can ruin the lives of kids no matter where they live. maureen maher of "48 hours" will be reporting our sunday morning cover story. >> this town outside chicago is a typical american suburb, and john k casino was a typical american kid. baseball and hockey. boy scouts. until he and his childhood friends got hooked on heroin. >> i could tell by the position that he was in that he was already gone. >> reporter: you knew right away. >> i screamed dial 911. i think he's gone. >> reporter: ahead on sunday morning, heroin, the scourge of a by-gone era is back. and coming to a neighborhood near you. >> osgood: a star's trek is the story of an actor who has traveled a very long distance by never forgetting where he came from. he tells that story this morning to our michelle miller. >> george takei is known throughout the galaxy as mr. sulu, the helmsman of the starship price. but his
. science fiction writers have been scaring us for years with stories of invasion by alien creatures. it turns out not all such stories are fiction. already in too many parts of this country, they're here. nobody knows for sure what to do about them. as mark strassman will be reporting in our sunday morning cover story. >> asian carp, mussels from europe, burmese pythons. they're more than making it in america. >> wow. reporter: their numbers are exploding with devastating results. >> and when scientists look into the future, they see the potential for many more damaging species. >> reporter: you make it sound like we're under attack everywhere. >> we are under attack everywhere. >> reporter: invasive species, the natural order completely up in the air. later on sunday morning. >> osgood: actor brian cranston seems to have found just the right formula for a varied and successful career. this morning he'll be walking lee cowan through it step by step. >> from jerry seinfeld's debatist. >> all right. it is cavity time. >> reporter: to the dad in malcolm in the middle. being a work-a-da
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